ATG Cares: Company and Employees Contribute to Hurricane and Wildfire Relief

ATG has a strong commitment to helping those in need within our communities; after the events of this summer, we have seen the need to extend our hand to those struggling across the country. This summer has been a tumultuous and devastating season for tens of thousands of people in Texas, Florida, and Montana. Montana has suffered from a severe …

ATG Volunteers during Habitat for Humanity’s National Women’s Build Week

ATG Cares - Missoula Habitat for Humanity

A group of ATG employees put away their laptops, stepped away from their desks, and spent the day pouring concrete footers and helping build a home in Missoula for a mother and her four children – all under age nine – during Habitat for Humanity’s National Women’s Build Week. This year 13 employees from ATG participated. Volunteers throughout the city …

ATG Cares: Rebuilding Together

Despite rain, mud, an electrical shut down, and the worst weather day Britt Marron has ever seen as a house captain for Rebuilding Together, Advanced Technology Group employees spent the day helping to repair a St. Louis woman’s home. Rebuilding Together is a national organization, with a St. Louis branch, that helps elderly, disabled, and low-income homeowners with home repairs. …

ATG Partners to Teach Students Saleforce’s Lemonade Stand

Middle school students at the Grand Center Arts Academy in downtown St. Louis recently got an introduction to potential careers in information technology and hands-on experience with Lemonade Stand, a Salesforce® app, thanks to a group of Advanced Technology Group (ATG) consultants and their middle school teacher. ATG consultants spent several days in Andrew Goodin’s Makerspace class, teaching students core …

ATG Partners with University of Montana to Teach Salesforce Class

Advanced Technology Group has teamed up with the University of Montana to teach a class that allows students to take classroom learning and apply it to real-world business projects and gain firsthand experience in the information technology systems industry. ATG has been teaching in Professor Cameron Lawrence’s class for two semesters, and so far, the course has received rave reviews. …

ATG’s Carey Davis Nominated for Missoula Downtown Association Award

Having a healthy, vibrant downtown for people to work and play is very important to Carey Davis, ATG’s Director of Operations and Employee Services. Her contributions to the downtown Missoula community were recently recognized when she was nominated for the Missoula Downtown Association’s Employee of the Year award.   Davis was nominated for the award because of her willingness to …

ATG Cares: ATG Analyst Emcees 2017 Martin Luther King Day Community Celebration

Ja’Ton Simpson was a little nervous when he realized that there were more than 400 people at Missoula’s 2017 Martin Luther King Day Community Celebration, and they were all waiting for him to speak. Seeing his coworkers from Advanced Technology Group (ATG) in the audience gave him a boost of confidence, and he was able to “speak from the heart” …

ATG Cares: No-Shave November Garners $4K for Prostate Cancer Society

From handlebar mustaches to glitter beards, Advanced Technology Group (ATG) employees were a very hairy bunch during the month of November when they gave up shaving to raise funds to fight prostate cancer. The company raised almost $4,000 during No-Shave November. This is the fourth year ATG has participated in No-Shave November, a national effort to grow awareness for prostate …

ATG Cares: ATG Raises Money to Fight Breast Cancer

Tom Stergios and the leadership team at Advanced Technology Group wore pink every day during October. Fashionably dressed in pink socks, pink shirts, and pink accessories, the team led ATG’s efforts in the American Cancer Society’s “Real Men Wear Pink” campaign and won the Western Montana competition. In October of 2016, more than 2,000 community leaders across the U.S. participated …

ATG Women Featured in Missoulian Article

Originally published in the Missoulian newspaper on October 22, 2016 Across the globe, only 24 percent of senior business leadership positions are held by women. That’s up from 22 percent in 2015, but the percentage of firms with no females in senior management stands at 33 percent. According to consulting firm Grant Thornton, which recently published a report on gender …